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SQL Anywhere 16 is running on Windows 2012 R2 (workgrop). There is a plan to promote this server to be a domain controller. Is it good? or anything concerned or reference? MSSQL is not recommended for this scenario but I am not sure about SQL Anywhere.

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asked 05 May '20, 03:26

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I like this answer: https://dba.stackexchange.com/a/99095 I am not sure about potential security issues. I am sure the development will fix them, as soon as they are reported. But another point regarding resources, I think sounds valid.

(05 May '20, 05:25) Vlad

Promoting your server to the DC will turn disk write caching off. Unless you turn it back on, performance of your SA server will be abysmal. There are no other issues.

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answered 10 May '20, 04:15

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